30 Miles (2004)





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A chance meeting between strangers has dangerous consequences in this independent thriller. Anthony (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs) is an entertainment agent who is driving from Los Angeles to Las Vegas to attend a wedding. Anthony picks up a hitchhiker along the way, Ernie (Rusty Gray), and the two strike up a friendly conversation. But as they become comfortable with one another, one of the men reveals more about himself than he intends, and he soon realizes the possible danger if the information falls into the wrong hands, leading them down a dark road into violence. 30 Miles was the first feature film from director Ryan Harper. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Audience Reviews for 30 Miles


A real surprise here. I was impressed with the skillful character development. There are only three people in the whole cast, and the performances are super. Interesting, intense. A really good film.

James Higgins
James Higgins

This movie had an okay plot and a good twist at the end, but needed some major dialogue tweaking and another actor to play the role of the stranded motorist. I turned it off after 20 minutes, but forced myself to finish it the next day because I had spent over $4 on it at Blockbuster (not worth $4).

Amanda Relyea
Amanda Relyea

A Glenn Gary, Glenn Ross kind of a movie that could easily be a stage play. Intense and surprising.

S Hedule
S Hedule

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